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Car shakes when turned on. engine light starts blinking on and off?


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2010-08-04 18:04:59
2010-08-04 18:04:59

If the check engine light is blinking that means an engine cylinder misfire has been


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roters need turned. 65;

Without much to go on, I would suggest you look for a vacuum leak, especially if the engine runs good under acceleration and only shakes and shudders at idle.

It is not supposed to be on when engine is running unless there is a problem.

If the check engine light is blinking that indicates that the catalytic converter will possibly be damaged if you ignore the problem and continue driving the vehicle. i had a car in the shop here last week with that problem and it turned out to be a cracked vacumn hose. I lifted the hood and could hear the hissing sound from the vacumn leak . The crack was in the 90 degree bent hose connected to the PCV valve. This was a GM vehicle with the 3400 engine.

It is blinking because there is a problem in the emmissions that is causing damage to the catalytic converter. I had this happening and it turned out to be a final warning before the fuel line broke.

If you boyfriend starts squeezing your butt, it may mean that he is turned on and is trying to turn you on as well.

Most likely, yes. From my experience most manufacturer's computers store how many starts or miles ago the light turned on.

The remote just connects the starter selenoid with the battery, when it completes the circuit, the engine starts and will run until it runs out of gas or the engine is disabled.

You have warped rotors. Have them turned at machine shop or replace them. Also replace the brake pads.

Absolutely not. The starter gear must fully disengage the flywheel gears when you release the starter. Otherwise when the engine starts the starter will continue to be turned by the engine.

I have a 2006 Escape and had the same problem. Turned out to be a cracked ABS Tone Ring.

When a check engine light comes on, it means that there are issues with the engine. It gets turned off when the person resolves the problem that caused it to turn on.

It is probably your cooling fans. These are electric and may run with the engine turned off. It is probably your cooling fans. These are electric and may run with the engine turned off.

You have a warped rotor. Remove the rotors and have them turned at a machine shop or replaced if it it too far gone to turned. Replace the brake pads at the same time.

most likely warped rotors,have em turned or replaced

because someone probably turned the engine on

The key has to be turned to the "Run" position, but the engine should not be running. The key has to be on to power up the ECU.

It is when a male gets turned on by a girl and his penis starts to get stiff.

If you mean when you are coming to a stop, and press on the brakes, you feel a vibration- this most likely means that your brake rotors are warped and need to be turned. If you mean you are already at a full stop, in idle, and you press the brake and feel a vibration- it may mean a vacuum problem in the engine or something like that. So it depends- is it your brakes vibrating, you feel it in the pedal? Or is it your engine suddenly running rough and the whole front end of the car shakes?

The key is not supposed to stay in the 'On' position when starting a 1994 Z24. When a person starts a vehicle, the key is turned to the far right. When the engine starts the key automatically goes one section to the left. If the key is turning too far and making the engine shut off, then the ignition has to be changed.

I believe you need to turn a rotor or both rotors. They probably were not turned on your brake job It is cheaper to just replace the rotor than to have it turned, I have found this is a typical problem on the Catera

Your rotors are warped. You need new brake pads and the rotors turned at a machine shop or replaced.

the engine is using its power to run the power steering pump

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